Summary: Utter dros. Totally unbelievable stunts throughout with cars racing around inner London streets surprising devoid of the normal gridlock everywhere. Bodies fly through the air and slam into objects without injury...and the final sequence involving a transport aircraft just defies belief...the longest runaway in the world....How other comments give this rubbish 4 out of 5 is beyond me... If they make a F&F 7 let's hope it is more realistic...
Summary: I really enjoyed this film, as I have the others before it. Brilliant action scenes and some serious attitude. If you love good car chases and shoot-outs then you will enjoy this. If you want a romantic, deep, or factually accurate film, then watch something else, and don't give this a negative review :-)
Summary: Moving on from the last film there is more of the same formula with fast cars and terrific stunts - so it certainly doesn't disappoint. The 'family' come up against an extremely clever and dangerous man called Shaw. He plans to use his power to take control. However he always seems to be on step ahead. A lot of the action sequences are filmed in London which looked very 'cool' in this film. It made a change from the usual US cities.
Excerpt: Here we are the 6th chapter in the street racer morphing (parts 1-3) to heist movies (4-6) and most likely revenge (7-9) plot lines in the Fast and the Furious series. Furious 6 as the title card calls it sees the gang having to help Hobbs in his pursuit to catch Shaw the new ruthless criminal hell bent on getting a important chip for some big bucks. Along the way the team reassembles with the notion of full pardons in order to go back home to the states again.
Excerpt: I was never a big fan of the earlier movies, but I have to say after 5 and 6 I was solid in the fan base. The extras on the cars is great. the extras on the stunts are great. The stunts in 5 and 6 or great and would have to say 6 even tops 5. No disrespect to Sopranogl review but I guess he just doesn't get it.